The Caddo Herald
June 15, 1917
Of Local Interest
John R. Smith of Durant was in Caddo Sunday.
Little Miss Algene Chiles is visiting friends in Dallas.
Wayne Braudrick was in Durant attending business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks visited Bokchito Tuesday.
W.W. Boone was a Durant visitor Sunday afternoon.
W.O. Rowsey was a business visitor to Denison Tuesday.
Buelll Braudrick is visiting his father in Soper this week.
Isaac McCoy and Dewey Goodman were in Durant Sunday.
Mrs. D. B. Ray of Tulsa is visiting friends and relatives in Caddo.
Mrs. Tom Gross is home from a visit to her parents in Ellison, Mo.
Miss Clara Hauer is spending the weekend with relatives in Atoka.
Miss Margaret Hogan from Durant visited homefolks in Caddo Sunday.
Mr. Luther Braudrick is here this week from Soper, visiting relatives.
F.Nelson was down from Kiowa Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. L. E. Joseph.
Leonard Pace, son of Andy Pace, of Ardmore, visited in Caddo the first of the week.
Miss Minnie Markham of Soper, Ok. is visiting friends and relatives in Caddo this week.
Miss Hattie Price of near Waco, Tex. is visiting the family of J. W. Overstreet this week.
Jim Latimore and family left Caddo Tuesday for Arkansas where they go to make their home.
Rev. Egger and family of Terrell, Texas, visited the family of J. H. Hogan the first of the week.
Bud Manning, Claude Glasscock, and June Robinson were in Denison Sunday afternoon seeing the ball game.
Karl Haralson, employed by The Consumers Light and Power Company, has been very busy the past few days reconstructing the lines recently torn down by the winds.
Mrs. Ed F. Brown and Miss Louise Payne were in Durant Monday and Tuesday afternoons of this week.
Dudley Maytubby purchased a new Chevrolet car Saturday and is now enjoying the good roads near Caddo.
June Corn, Silver Mine, and Gold Mine seed corn, kaffir corn, fetereta and milo, maize seed at Huffman’s.
St. Clair Homer, who has a position with the Roberts Electric Company at Sherman, spent Sunday in Caddo with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Ham and children left Thursday for Atoka to make their home. Mr. Ham has a position with the M.K.& T.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Styron and little daughter, Mary Lee, are spending the week in Cleburne, Texas with Mr. Styron’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Turnbull are visiting the family of John L. Boland this week. Mr. Turnbull is an attorney at Muskogee.
Mr. Wm. Malone and family and little Mr. J. C. Davidson visited in Ft. Wroth this week. They left Tuesday, returning today.
The Herald carries a nice line of invitation cards. If we haven’t what you want in stock we get it for you. Let us show you.
Every woman should see Beatrice Michelena in “The Unwritten Law” at The Electric Theatre Tuesday night. Admission 10c and 20c.
Last Monday Mrs. C. A. Bilbo entertained a number of little folks in honor of her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bilbo’s children.
Mr. A. B. McCoy has returned from a week’s visit to Wynnewood. He attended the funeral of his father-in-law, Mr. J. E. Carr at that place.
Have to plant over? Well, I’ve got the seed for you: June Corn, Milo, Feterita, and garden seed. H. G. Huffman
At the Royal Theatre Monday, Clara Kimbell Young in, The Deep Purple. If you want to see something good. Admission 5 and 15c. Don’t miss it.
The Baptist ladies will entertain Friday, June 22 from 2:30 to 9:00 at Sargent’s office. Music, refreshments, and art exhibits free. All are invited.
Lost, somewhere in Caddo or Durant, a homemade handbag containing some papers belonging to Nancy Coppedge. Finder will please bring it to this office.
Miss Fayne Hulsey returned Sunday from a visit to Midland, Ark. and is now attending the session of the Southeastern State Normal at Durant.
Beatrice Michelena teaches a valuable lesson in “The Unwritten Law” at The Electric Theatre Tuesday night. The admission is only 10 and 20ce. Be there.
L.B. Locke, from McAlester was in Caddo the first of the week attending to business. He reports that Mrs. Locke (nee MacArthur) is getting along nicely.
Misses Elizabeth and Nellie Mae Pettey, Margarite Williams, and another young lady whose name we did not learn, were here from Durant Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. E. Blessing is playing the piano at the Bungalow in Durant this week. Her work is of such excellence that she is very often called away for special performances.
Luther Wood and Mrs. C. E. Manning were called to the bedside of their mother in Coleman Wednesday. He returned yesterday, reporting Mrs. Wood better, but still very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood Risner from Durant were here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Franks. In the afternoon they went east of town to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Meadows.
Have four or five fine springers and five or six fine milk cows with calves for sale. See them now if you want good stock. C. W. Jones
We are now paying $4.00 per ton for Bois d’arc dye wood. It’s a good time to work hose rough trees up. The Lingo Leeper Co.
Stanley Williams, who has been attending Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Va., returned home Sunday. Stanley says he is glad to get back home after spending a successful year in school.
The Music Club met last Saturday at the home of Mrs. J. E. Bass, she and Mrs. H. F. Bass being hostesses. The Club decided to buy a $50 Liberty bond. The program was much enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were served.
Prof. O. C. Griggs, the new superintendent of Caddo Schools, was here Wednesday looking after his household goods and procuring a residence. He will move here about July first. Prof. Griggs started life in Caddo right by subscribing to the Herald.
News came to Caddo Tuesday that Robert Moore, who taught the fifth grade in the Caddo public schools last year had enlisted in the navy and had passed his examination and now____ (can’t read)
Mr. Pettey and two sisters, Misses Sue and Elizabeth of Durant, were in Caddo Sunday enjoying the good roads in their car. Miss Sue Pettey was an English teacher in our school for two years and she has hosts of friends here who are always glad to see her.
Geo. H. Frazier left Caddo Monday for Norman, Oklahoma where he is to attend the summer session of the State University. We regret to lose Mr. Frazier for the summer in Caddo, but have the consolation of knowing that he will be with us again next school term.
Senator and Mrs. T. F. Memminger, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cobb, and Miss Cobb, from Atoka were in Caddo Sunday motoring in M. Memminger’s new Chalmers car. Mr. Memminger states that his son, Charles, is now attending the Officers Training Camp at Fort Logan H Root, Ark. and is enjoying the army life very much.
John L. Boland, president of the Caddo Red Cross Society, was in McAlester Monday attending a state meeting of the organization. He reports urgent need of the Red Cross work, and is spending the remainder of the week urging organizations in the county. Caddo has the honor of having the first organization of the kind in Bryan County.
Mule Strayed- Out of pasture 3 miles northeast of Bennington, night of June 11th, one brown mare mule, 15 hands high, wart near one breast, trace chain on right front foot. Ten dollars reward will be paid for return of mule or for information leading to recovery. Jim Newkirk, Route 1, Bennington, Okla.
Amos K. Bass tried an experiment this week that will be watched with interest. The recent windstorm tore several large limbs from trees in front of his residence leaving gaping wounds in the tree. He had these wounds covered and filled with cement in the hope of saving them. The cement ought to stop the decay and also ought to add strength to the weakened places.
Last Friday Newt Rains and Pitt Braudrick spent the night on Blue fishing. They came home Saturday morning with two fish. They say that you don’t necessarily have to catch fish to have fun, that the pleasure is had in the contemplation of catching the finy mammal; failure to catch the fish is merely a sad story to tell when you’ve reached home.
Constable Alexander Tuesday night caught several quarts of booze from a man coming in on the train. Results: Man in jail on an introduction charge, and liquor confiscated and some thirsty ones still thirsty. How long, oh how long, will it take for people to understand that Oklahoma is a prohibition state and that the law will get them sooner or later and that the offenders have no sympathy from law abiding people.
Milch Cows- I have some good ones not shipped in for profit, but priced to sell. See me before you by. Ira L. Smith, Blue Dale Farm, Route 1, Caddo, Oklahoma.